James Worthy Lives In A Less Than Appealing $2.2 Million Los Angeles Home
Just a few days after signing on to help coach the Los Angeles Lakers, James Worthy—a seven-time NBA All-Star dubbed “Big Game James” who snagged three NBA championships and was the No. 1 draft pick in 1982 for the Lakers—put his home in Los Angeles on the market for $2,195,000.
The four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom Mediterranean-style home in the gated community of Bel Air Crest is slightly under 4,000 square feet. It was built 25 years ago.
The cathedral ceiling in the living room cultivates a bright and airy feel. The family room features a fireplace, and the kitchen is spacious. One of the bathrooms has a luxury walk-in shower and another features a large jetted tub. The lower level can be used as a media or family room.
James Worthy is one of the 50 greatest NBA players of all time. He’s an NBA Champion several times over, and he’s a beloved figure in the Los Angeles community. That said, it’s a little surprising to see him living in such a modest home.
Not that he has to live in the Taj Mahal, but you certainly wouldn’t expect James Worthy to be living in a glorified porn set.
Anyway, flip the page and you’ll see exactly what we’re talkin’ about.
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